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more interesting. I cover stuff which I find interesting, and I hope that you will too.|
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New camera position
5 Jun 2001
I realized that the camera was facing south -- i.e. into the
sun. I moved it round to the other side of the pond so that
the sun will normally be behind the camera. This should
improve the image.
Right now it is not pointing in quite the right direction, but
I'll fix that in the next few days. It certainly does
seem to work better. You can see the stems of some of the
water lily leaves and the leaves floating on the surface.
The Doc Searls weblog -- he seems clueful and I read him.
Open source server for the Rio Receiver -- this is what I use.
Information about SPF (Sender Permitted From)
Neat description of the Gunnera Manicata -- a truly monstrous plant!
Open source audio/video streaming software -- this drives my pondcam
The Citizen Weather Observer Program is a loose collection of amateur weather station operators.